April 8, 2021
Going: Los Cabos, MX
Maybe you have visited the region of Los Cabos before, but it is a timeless, and highly sought-after destination for good reason. With private jet arrivals increasing by 136% year over year, Los Cabos is considered the number one destination in Latin America. Their peak season begins December through April when temperatures are the most moderate, but May and June are the best months to visit if you prefer avoiding large crowds.
The naturally captivating shores of Los Cabos stretch twenty miles along the Baja California peninsula connecting its two cities, Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. This destination is absolutely packed with activities and is known for its natural sites, yachting, world-renowned fishing tournaments, championship golf courses, exclusive spas and wellness centers, and award-winning cuisine. And let’s not forget the nightlife – Los Cabos is filled with a variety of bars, dance clubs, late-night bites, and live music lounges ranging from jazz to rock.
For dining, the El Farallon at the Woldorf Astoria is said to be the number one restaurant in Los Cabos. With a constantly rotating menu, Chef Gustavo Pinet sources his seafood from the area’s local fishermen. You pick the catch and El Fallaron’s culinary experts will assist you with side pairings.
Another great spot for world-class faire is at the Sunset Monalisa. They base everything within their establishment on passion, romance, and love, so if you and your significant other are looking for an intimate setting with style and flavor, this is the perfect spot for you. Chef Jacob Ramos offers tasting menus of three, five, or seven with “novel Mediterranean” and fresh seafood dishes.
You can stay at one of the many private residences in Los Cabos with your selection of concierge services included. The Villas Del Mar Casita features four beds and four baths on the Sea of Cortez. This open-concept villa’s breathtaking Pacific views, exclusive location, infitity pool, and modern, Mexican character is a perfect place to rejuvenate after a day of exploring.